“Being peace comes first. Doing peace is something that comes from that foundation.” Thich Nhat Hanh
Jan. 1 “Day of Peace”
How are you starting the New Year? Join Khenmo Drolma for a Day of Peace
You can begin 2018 with a more peaceful mind and compassionate heart. They are your innate nature. Learn and develop the profound trainings of loving kindness, and deepening your Calm Abiding meditation practice. The day will incorporate sitting meditation with dharma talks. Bring a lunch. All programs are by donation, your generosity makes the future possible. ($20-$40 suggested).
Hosted by Vajra Dakini Nunnery. Space is limited, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
10 am – 4 pm Nagaloka Buddhist Center, 1 Forest Ave. Bring a lunch
Jan 13 “Contemplative Art” 9am-4pm Maine College of Art, Portland
As artists, we constantly explore perception and
mental states to create. We rarely examine these states as a conscious choice. Many cultures celebrate the contemplative artist who creates from a mind of deep inner peace. This is the wellspring of all sacred and healing arts. Join Khenmo Drolma for an exploration of working within meditative states. You will be given basic meditation and mindfulness instructions and simple exercises to learn how to locate and work from oceanic stillness. This course is for all levels of experience, especially those tired of the myth of the tortured artist!
Wednesday Feb 7th – 28th “Finding Peace ” 6:30 – 8 pm
A four week class – re-energise and build your meditation skills and address obstacles to calm abiding meditation. In Portland Limited space – register with Pat: email@example.com